Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Garmisch-Partenkirchen does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel & Gasthof Fraundorfer, a nice option for travelers like you.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Pfarrei Maria Himmelfahrt Partenkirchen (0.1 mi) and Saint Sebastian Chapel (0.2 mi), guests of Gasthof Fraundorfer Hotel Garmisch-partenkirchen can easily experience some of Garmisch-Partenkirchen's most well known attractions.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, and you can stay connected during your stay as Gasthof Fraundorfer Hotel offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features baggage storage and newspaper. Plus, Hotel & Gasthof Fraundorfer offers a sauna and free breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
If you’re looking for a seafood restaurant, consider a visit to Atelier Restaurant & Bar, Ristorante Pizzeria Trattoria Calabrese, or La Spelonca Spaghettibistro & Caffètreff, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Gasthof Fraundorfer Hotel Garmisch-partenkirchen.
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular parks, such as Michael Ende Kurpark and Kurpark Garmisch.
Hotel & Gasthof Fraundorfer looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Garmisch-Partenkirchen.
Three of us stayed here on a motorbike trip, and after a long day in the saddle we couldn’t have hoped for a better welcome. I’m not sure how, but they seemed to know when to expect us and we were greeted out the back by one of the lady hosts directing us to parking spaces next to our apartment. During the efficient check in process, another of hosts kindly poured us each a refreshing cool beer whilst we completed formalities - a nice touch and typical of the friendliness we experienced at this hotel. We had a family room with a balcony in the newer annex to the back of the main hotel, and this was spacious and enjoyed great views of the surrounding mountains. We had a very hearty meal that night sitting outside the hotel. Very happy with our stay.
Nice traditional hotel/house in the historic centre with quaint rooms. Friendly staff. The hotel also offers parking. Unfortunately we had no time to test the restaurant but it looked really yammy. Next time.
My family and I discovered the Frauendorfer purely by accident several years ago and have been in love with it since! The owners and staff are very friendly, the food is phenomenal, and the accommodations have always been perfect for our needs. The location is great, prices are reasonable and we always feel incredibly welcome. I would highly recommend this hotel to anyone traveling to Garmisch - you will definitely return time and again!
This place has been rated and reviewed enough times that I wouldn't normally add another rating/review but I did want to take a moment on a public forum to apologize to the owners. I had booked the Gasthof Fraundorfer about a year in advance during the planning stages of what would be a 20 day trip through Vienna Austria, Bratislava Slovakia, Prague Czechia, Cesky Krumluv Czechia, Garmisch-Partenkirchen Germany and ending in Munich Germany for Oktoberfest. On this trip I had 5 other family members, one of which was an 80 yr old father-in-law and I was the sole planner for the entire trip. The trip was for two reasons. 1.) A family heritage type trip mainly for my father-in-law who was actually able to see his family home in a Czech village of a population of less than 200. And, he was actually able to meet some of his cousins there and 2.) After everyone parted ways in Munich, my wife and I stayed behind for the 209th Oktoberfest. Back to the Gasthof Fraundorfer, I had specifically hand picked this hotel because of the quint, quiet, very Bavarian street it's located on. We had driven 5 straight hours from Cesky Krumluv to get to GP at a decent check in time. We arrived only to find the street of Ludwigstrasse closed for a yearly Street Festival. A nightmare! What I (we) had anticipated of a peaceful, small, quiet, quaint, Bavarian street lined with shops, stores and restaurants was a complete mess jam packed with people, vendor tents and street performers. The hotel normally has on site parking but due to the street closing, we had to park a few blocks away. After finding the parking garage and walking the 3 blocks with luggage in tow, I had had enough and was at wits end. In the Travel world there is a saying, "Ugly American" and boy did I ever live up to that phrase. I proceeded to unload on Barbara who I believe is the owner along with her mother. I was extremely upset and explained why I had booked this hotel, I explained that this was not acceptable and that we (all guests) should have been notified that the Street Festival would be taking place. Her response was that she had sent a note out 3 days earlier alerting guests about the street closure and the Festival. 3 Days notice was hardly enough considering the fact we'd been on the road for the previous 17 days. This brings me to the reason for the review. In the end, we actually had a great time and a great stay. All of my family said that this actually turned out to be the best and most favorite spot we had stayed on our entire trip. Having the pressure of planning, scheduling and booking the whole trip for all travelers on me, just knowing they had a great time made me much more relaxed and I also enjoyed the stay. And the restaurant was amazing. So good that we ate there every night of the stay. Never feeling we needed to get out and try something new or different. Just fabulous food. So, this is for Barbara... If you're out there and read this, I am so very sorry for my initial reaction. I can not apologize enough. I was rude, unthoughtful and disrespectful and I feel so terrible about that. On the day of check out, you were off so I didn't get to tell apologize in person but it was your mother that checked me out and I apologized to her hoping that she passed it on to you. Folks - this is a great place, with great food and great people. Highly recommended.…
Check in was a little hard and haphazard, since it was a waitress who did it, but she told us we may be charged more for the room than what we'd already paid as we had more people (hotels.com didn't give us a number of people option). She just pointed us in the direction of the building but hard to find. Room kinda cute, but no air conditioning so had to open windows, so kinds loud with people talking at night and in the morning. We had an apartment, so had a little kitchenette closet, so that was nice, but no where to plug in coffee pot. Internet very spotty (not sure if because of mountains?). When we went to settle the bill the manager was rude and accusing, and not willing to compromise at all (and a lot added to our bill for having 2 people to a room instead of one--which we didn't know). Left a bad taste in our mouth for Garmisch as we'd run into some other rude waitstaff at local restaurants.…